About

I write on man vs God. Unlearn the teachings of the Industrial Revolution. Relearn the teachings of Nature, the source of all true knowledge. Topics include: economics, finance, politics, history, culture, psychology, spirituality, and more. Posts publish weekly, every Sunday morning.

Meet me, the American version of Pippi Longstocking—soft spoken with moppy fine hair, freckles, curiosity, and courage. I have a BA in Communication and Culture and an MA in Administration of College Student Affairs: Counselor Education. Between degrees, I spent four years working for the Peace Corps in Ecuador and Cameroon. After the degrees, I spent decades working in International Education. Now I’m doing my own thing, to a whole new groove.

I believe in eudemonia: happiness as the result of an active life governed by reason. I love connecting with nature. Like Luke Skywalker, I try find the force within me. I believe that kindness and smiling at people goes a long way. I try to respect everything that comes to me to be understood. I am motivated by good food, wellness, fitness, and mobility. I enjoy life, and strive to live healthy and full. For what it’s worth, I’ve written the following books in various constructs of myself:

Love Evil: An extraordinary journey of the heart

Study Abroad Map: The complete student guide to college beyond the USA (replaced Study Abroad 101 after three editions)

Christian Martial Arts 101

Martial Arts: The Christian Way

I also wrote several articles in The Chronicle of Higher Education, including: The Quest for Collaboration in Study Abroad (June 23, 2011), In Study Abroad, Simple Is Sophisticated (December 9, 2010), Study Abroad: Revenue Drain or Stream? (October 2, 2010), and 7 Signs of Successful Study-Abroad Programs (July 25, 2010). I’ve published a handful of other authors too.

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